Best Browser and Mobile Push Notification Services of 2018

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Sending a newsletter to your blog readers is still popular but now sending push notifications directly to their browsers becomes trendy.

Yes, If you check SocialPositives.com you can see a prompt from PushEnagage that asks you to send push notifications to your browser. It will show this “This website ‘socialpositives’ would like to send push notifications”.

You need to click on ‘allow’ to send us to push notifications to your browser about the blog post or click close to close the notification. If accepted, notifications will be delivered.
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This really helps me to find the interested person who really to ready my blog contents. This is grateful for the readers because they won’t need to give their email address to us. They will get content instantly from my blog.

This is really great. There is a lot of push notification service available for your blogs. Which are best? Which gives you some free things?

Best Browser and Mobile Push Notification Services

Today we are listing the Best Browser and Mobile Push Notification Services of 2018 for your blogs and websites. Here we go.

SendPulse

SendPulse comes first into our list. SendPulse offers different services like Email Marketing, SMS, and free push notification service. You can send Push Notifications to your subscribers since SendPulse works on all major browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc. Here we go with some of the notable features of the service.

  • Unlimited subscribers
  • Unlimited web push notifications
  • Mobile and Desktop Notifications
  • Offline Notifications
  • Great Personalization Setup
  • Easy to use
  • API for Developers
  • Pro Plan starts at just 9.85 /month

Feedify

Feedify provides Web Push Notification and some out of box add-on tools to engage the visitors effectively. I have started using this tool recently. What’s interesting is along with Push Notification Service, the tools like campaign creator ( Survey, Offer Pops, Newsletter Box, Feedback system) comes at no cost. Thus no need to shell extra amount to buy these. Also, each tool comes loaded with smart algorithms & rich analytics, making the website smarter. They have a free plan and also special bloggers plan, where they pay to bloggers from push ads.

  • Free to Start
  • Chrome Push Notification
  • Firefox and Safari Push Notification
  • Android Browser Push Notification
  • Survey and Offer pop Creator
  • After Sale Feedback
  • Geo-Targeting
  • Targeting based on device and time spent
  • Supports One Domain
  • Email Support

PushEngage

PushEngage is the push notification service I’m using to send push notifications to my readers. PushEngage gives all a free plan that lets you get up to 2500 users for subscribers for free. Here we go with the features of PushEngage.

  • Up to 2500 Subscribers for free.
  • Unlimited Notifications
  • Mobile Notifications
  • Desktop Notifications
  • Google Chrome and Firefox Support
  • Welcome Notification
  • Detailed Analytics
  • WordPress Plugin Available
  • Pro Plan starts at $29/Month

PushCrew

PushCrew is one of the popular websites in the niche that gives awesome results to it customers. PushCrew claims that their service has been used on 2,500+ websites and blogs. PushCrew is the first service I try but I decided to go with PushEngage because it gives maximum features for free. Here we go with the features of PushCrew.

  • Free for up to 2000 subscribers
  • Welcome push notification
  • One-click unsubscribe button
  • Chrome & Firefox browser support
  • Good Email support
  • Mobile website notifications
  • Welcome Notification
  • WordPress Plugin Available
  • RSS-to-push
  • Pro Plan starts at $25/Month

iZooto

iZooto comes next into our list. I’m really confused about the iZooto price plans. I can’t find any pricing lists on their site. Hope they will send emails when we reach their free limits. iZooto is one of the popular services that already ready to send push notifications to Safari Browsers. Here we go with the features of iZooto.

  • Free to start
  • Chrome and Firefox notifications
  • Safari Push Notifications
  • Campaign Reports
  • Geographic Distribution
  • WordPress Plugin Available

OneSignal

OneSign claims that their service is absolutely free to use for unlimited and unlimited notifications. Here we go with the features of OneSignal.

  • Free to Start
  • Real-Time Tracking
  • A/B Test Messages
  • Segmentation Targeting
  • Automatic Delivery
  • WordPress Plugin Available
  • Chrome, Firefox, and Safari Support

These are our listings for the Best Browser and Mobile Push Notification Services for your blogs and websites.  If we missed your favourite one, let us know through comments.


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About Mohammed Anzil

Professional Blogger, SEO, and Web Developer. Founder of SocialPositives.com and CoFounder of AndroidConnections.com.

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